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The Park Service Civil War site for Soldiers and Sailors. May be used to research names and other interesting information.


Q. How do we index aliases?  A. To index a name that has one or more aliases or uses an AKA, type the word or between each name.  For example, if an individual’s name is listed as “Joseph Broski AKA Joseph Browzowski AKA Jozef Brzozowski,” you would type the following:
Given Name: Joseph or Jozef
Surname: Broski or Brozowski or Brzozowski


 

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